Russia Accuses US Of “State Hooliganism”

Russia Accuses US Of “State Hooliganism”:

Against the constant tirade of US politicians calling Putin and his pals “thugs,” a Russian official on Monday called the United States’ shuttering of Russian facilities “state hooliganism.”

Reuters reports thAT Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov exclaimed,

“I am inclined to call what is happening state hooliganism.”

This follows shocking revelations from Russia’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova that the FBI agents were searching the Russian diplomatic and consular compounds for explosive devices, something more common in the hideout of terrorist groups than in the embassies and consular properties of large states.

As TheDuran notes, during an interview on Rossiya One television, Zakharova described the incident in the following way,

“By the way, do you know, what they were looking for – as we were told before the searches? You would not believe it – they were looking for explosives”.

She added,

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Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman: Propaganda Campaign On ‘Damascus Using Chemical Weapons’ Is Launched – #WW3, #Syria

Zakharova: Propaganda campaign on ‘Damascus using chemical weapons’ is launched:

A propaganda campaign to blame Syria’s government for alleged use of chemical weapons has begun, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has warned, adding that the effort is expected to be massive and include “many fakes.”

“As we warned a few days ago, a media propaganda campaign on the ‘use of chemical weapons by Damascus’ has begun,” Zakharova wrote on Facebook.

Zakharova’s post was accompanied by a screenshot from a video being shared on social media allegedly showing a hospital in eastern Ghouta. The speaker in the video claims the people he is filming have been affected by “chlorine gas used by the regime.”

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Russian Foreign Ministry: “Obama Still Has A Few Days Left To Destroy The World”


Russian Foreign Ministry: “Obama Still Has A Few Days Left To Destroy The World”:

There is a reason Vladimir Putin and the Russian top political echelon has been avoiding the media following the onslaught of allegations lobbed at the Kremlin, and Trump: as AP writes, careful not to hurt chances for a thaw in U.S.-Russia relations, President Putin and other Russian officials “have deferred questions about their plans for future contacts with Trump and any agenda for those talks until he takes office on Friday.” In short, the “Kremlin is counting the days to his inauguration and venting its anger at Barack Obama’s outgoing administration, no holds barred.

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